Katarina Gruber, who was then an 18-year-old Clover Park High senior, seems happy to receive a display version of her voter registration card from Pierce County Auditor Julie Anderson at the Pierce County Annex in April 2016. Gruber was honored as Washington’s 4 millionth voter, and relished the chance to vote in her first presidential election.
Katarina Gruber, who was then an 18-year-old Clover Park High senior, seems happy to receive a display version of her voter registration card from Pierce County Auditor Julie Anderson at the Pierce County Annex in April 2016. Gruber was honored as Washington’s 4 millionth voter, and relished the chance to vote in her first presidential election. Lui Kit Wong News Tribune file photo, 2016
Katarina Gruber, who was then an 18-year-old Clover Park High senior, seems happy to receive a display version of her voter registration card from Pierce County Auditor Julie Anderson at the Pierce County Annex in April 2016. Gruber was honored as Washington’s 4 millionth voter, and relished the chance to vote in her first presidential election. Lui Kit Wong News Tribune file photo, 2016

If registered voters don’t vote, we’re all worse for it

November 06, 2017 02:22 PM

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